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Cong, NC responsible for terror attacks in Jammu?
Defeating Pakistani sinister game plan
9/26/2013 11:38:21 PM
Rustam
JAMMU, Sept 26: Don't blame Pakistan for the today's terror attacks in Hiranagar and Samba of Jammu province which left 12 persons, including six soldiers, four policemen and two civilians, dead and many others wounded. Islamabad and Islamabad-controlled, abetted, indoctrinated and financed terrorists did what they were expected to do. It was not for the first time that Islamabad and Pakistan-based terror outfits conducted terrorist attacks in the state. They have been masterminding and executing terror attacks since the late 1980s, when the NC and the Congress hobnobbed with each other and allowed the NC to rig the 1987 assembly elections on a massive scale - the subversion of democratic process that culminated in the anti-India movement in Kashmir. Syed Salahuddin, Hizbul Mujahideen chief and head of United Jihad Council who contested the 1987 assembly election and was declared unsuccessful despite the fact that he had reportedly won the election, is the product of that onslaught on democracy.
It would not be wrong to say that it is the Congress and the NC which are responsible for the terrorist attacks in Hiranagar and Samba and several other places in the state. Both the outfits, which share power at the centre and in the state, have weakened almost all the institutions and demoralized the Army and paramilitary forces by adopting militant-friendly policies and a policy that suits not just Pakistan but also terrorists, both Kashmir and Pakistan-based.
Look at the response of the Congress and the NC to the terror attacks on India from the Pakistani side and deep inside the Indian territories, including the Mendhar and Poonch sectors, and you will find that both the Congress and the NC have always worked in tandem to demoralize the Army and paramilitary forces in the name of human rights and in their bid to pander to communalists and separatists in Kashmir. Instead of allowing the Army and paramilitary forces a free hand, both the Congress-led UPA Government and the NC-Congress coalition government have ridiculed those demanding a definite action against Pakistan and its Kashmir-based agents. So much so, the Congress and the NC have repeatedly denounced the votaries of a strong action against Pakistan and its agents in Kashmir as anti-Kashmir and communal and stated a number of times that pro-active policy against the cult of terror will further alienate the Kashmiri Muslims. They want New Delhi
But more than that, both the UPA Government and the NC, which is leading the state government, have been at regular intervals issuing statements suggesting that the terrorist attacks take place because Jammu and Kashmir is an issue for Pakistan and that if the cult of terror is to end, the so-called political problem of Kashmir has to be resolved politically. Only yesterday, the Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister pooh-poohed the claim that Jammu and Kashmir is an integral part of India and asserted that Jammu and Kashmir never ever merged with India and the political solution to the so-called Kashmir problem is the only way forward.
What about the attitude of the Chief Minister and his NC and the Union Government towards the Army and the AFSPA? The NC, which has been condemning the institution of the Army, has also been urging the centre to revoke the AFSPA and withdraw the Army from Kashmir with certain elements in the Union Government like P Chidambaram fully endorsing the views of Omar Abdullah and others and describing the so-called Kashmir as a unique problem.
It is no wonder then that the Army and paramilitary forces have been feeling handicapped. It is the NC and the Congress which have allowed the situation in Jammu and Kashmir to deteriorate to the extent that Pakistan and Pakistan-based terrorists carry out anti-India operations even deep inside our territories with utmost ease and disappear on most of the occasions. What Pakistan did today at Hiranagar and Samba needs to be viewed in this context. Pakistan will continue to bleed India and if the cult of terror is to end, New Delhi will have to adopt a pro-active policy.
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